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THE DAlliT CIUTIC, TIITTOOAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, 1890.
The Daily Critic vxtt nrjtazA.na. Th Ife Osnttnneri All This Wk. . IKM tnts clear th' rowan and He convinced' Aft) fH htanr TSI 'wenty thm attlcles of fntni- twejt) tarnish room comtriate aii tor nw. 01 Sf.4lflftim.vmflt(iffnnf am ammb mm nt ,-. -.-... ....... r. r ...,. ....-.- nwuvr rami craipiVTQi Mwnr.fi with enslrs, table. 9$toBJ fWattfaRS, flSlroWV, COlBfOSt, OB6 follet Wt. two M4m. two pair lc cnrralns, on put mntetes. three colas All pnt no and in nxiM .cumpime ror ocenpanry ror the smsii pWBMW Sas.fQ cash W H Horwro5 Co . 118 1B0 F street northwert Itntttten's New Fall CTwotM. Jofca ltndden, the pioneer Installment mtn, tfWMfnlty pocatvri at 930 and SW Asvent It street awrtfcwstt, ha Jnst retnrned from the enst aiajMnwnwlth an tmmene snpply of nil KnWi of huasekeeplnK jtood. carpets, stores. run ere. 1 on run rnrnisn yror nnnse irons to rsttet, at this store, with cash on Ht IBI ) Installment plan. Washington nt Ihe World's Fnlr, A itwetlni of the Washington Roanl of Tnfe waa held yesterday afternoon, and the following reanhitloti recantlne; a Washington ethlblt nt the WorM's INlr wa adopted: Appreetnttnf the nereasftv and Import ance of the District of CotnnYbta maklnf an evMMt at the World's Columbian Exposi tion, to he beta In Chlcsfto In 18W, com aewwirate with the dignity of the Capital Of a great nation, the Washington Board of Tratfe recommend that the honorable Com mfafcmers of the lMMrtot take sneh step m In their lodgment will he necessary to neeonjpWsh that purpose, fVsofrvrf, That a committee of three he appolnlet! to present this matter to the honorable Commissioners, with the as mrance that the osrd of Trade will heattlly co-operate In any effort to promote tht pattlotle morement. The rencllilo Win n l'rl?o. The special feature last night at the fair of the Marlon Illfles at the Armory of the Washington Light Infantry wm n competitive drill by the National Fonclbles ami Emmet Guard. The Atmory was. crowded with member of the National Gtmnl, and the mnneurrea of the men were watched with eager lntetcst. Tho Kenclblea' sixteen, who won tho Western prize, were com manded by Captain Dottier, and Lieu tenant Walsh handled the Kmmet Guard. Both organizations displayed n hlqh depreo of military excellence In their drilling, but the trophy, n hand some combination cup and vase In silver and cold two feet high, was awarded to the Fcnclblcs. The Judges were Cap tain Ilaymond of the Loan Klllea. Lieutenant Williams of the Ordway Ullles and Major O'Brien of the Fifth Battalion. win or k Huiciiu. The will of Asher M. Loovis. who commuted aulcldc, dated June 27, 1839, was filed for probate yesterday In the Oipbana' Court, Tho testator leave his properly to his relatives, except ?S,C00, btcjuoatheil to Yetta Jackson, to npay moniy loaned to the old Arm of 1'ienklln & Co. The Iwo New Yorkers ltmcd ns t xecutnrs hnve declined to n ivr. and Mr. Charles Ilium has died it roltlon for appointment as mltnlai lit( r at the rctiuest of the relatives. Ihe estate Is valued at f 11,000, all In lllu Insurance policies, and the claims hualutt the estate amount to -a,800. trntsto Avohl rurtliarUiitiiplloatlona, HoIIIm & Mclllalr of Ihltlmore had m claim against the Venezuelan iovera meat, of which Benjamin V. Snyder was representative of the heirs and as klecees of the old Arm In the Court of Claims. Mr. Bnyder riled a hill In niulty yesterday, lu which he uk to Ih! allowed to turn over to the court SS.87S.7G. which had been paid him by the Court of Claims. He anticipate contention botneenthehelrsand wIshtH to pey over the money so a to avoid future complication. Lirtuiaa ut I lie Cattinllu UnlTsnltr Very llev. Augiutlne F. Hewitt, D. P., C. B. l, lectured yesterday after rwoa at the Catholic University upon the toplti -The Oilgln of Chris lUnltr." On Friday next Hev Clueace K. Woodman, Ph. D . C. S P., will Igls a course of lecture on "Klec tikily In Modern Life. ' On WedntH dsy of next week Hev Dr. Chapolle, pester of dt. Mtttthew'a Church, will begin bis kcturea on tbe "Life and Woiks of St. Gregory the Great. - i I'liDt-ral or u frumlncnt Oatliollc, The funeral set vlcea of the lave liu duiph Waller, wurespoiMllBg secretary cf St. Dominic's Branch, Catholic Ki Ights of America, will be held to Hurrow BtornlBg at St. Domlalc's C'tureh. Amoog those to be prtaset will b tbe aged mother of the deeed from Germaay. Mr Walter served la im L'sloa Army iiurla tbe war, ami tlmce bee biea a clerk la tbe War D ItartmeaL Tb interment will be m-ide at Mourn! (Hlvet Cemetery. i i Clubbed by an UltUsr. ItavU Stewart wm arreetad at the Globe Theatre last night, charged with itodiiy etwauci. lie wm uader the U!ueB oi HqtMf , aad was fotdbly put nt by Samiat Ottcer Tbonus Koa-ty. la uUag th waa from the house the i cr usd hie eJub f tealy , ami hurt the Nta kHMy, awl H was fuuad acwiary tu u mtv him to the iorgeaf Ho I ttal. Laur h waa locked up at the Piitt I'Ht-bjM.-t aUiioa KeliUMl ta l4jr Hunk UtK WtUiam Haaatxraoat had two chargea iki agataat hits thU moraiag. om at dtawkriy euaaiuct ami the oihar nrfus ig I pjr hack aiie. 0ttf ttlwy waa OaaM mwtth aa4 T. J. liubctta. Thay aulawMaiaiaai the ehaxaaa uaal tin frfeadim admitted that ha had aat 4Wd ttta hack. Tha coaaUami taat vm ! twwtiy dajn. I. tH an r U Wchaad Uyaa was arralgaed U tha l'Uk Owatt this wutaUg oct a cwarg f iaafias aa ueiteeaaed haf at tha tmwn at Sacomi and M aUeet aouU wcat Aasda aad Howard Uodgeta wa Hat pnmeifU wttaaaaet agaiaat Kjaja, M thy cw cavOoaed ajaioat ec wtidaf kh aayhody la ttdatioa to the caae. WtA vas coauiauwd uatil 0m M by law M i'M i (Bai Kate Seaii vas afrmtid ia that ftdka UwtUHahvisrtUuioahahiil ef ccwl. vteisid at a eta, Iiosb oh MuaV ataUiedtocoTlmtmJudae at he had m family, ae coo atove. cd m use ft coal, but th aa m ujuasamA hut that waa gujusy. Tha c saiaond waa fO or iif iea day. t'. a. At a avwutif ol tha U. S. Uraaa itatlMrf i'tHTf, aa H"in BiirfJitaJ Haii, taWs MhtetiHtoi wf Mia Carfa BsutakJadd ttcwHiy was a.i toted, ami Mia Cfea V. Frk apDoiatad Is il la t our ladle wm Maw tod to ami ioteivMisM ravari by Mrs Kvaaa. Mra. Sou. .. Sd abd utheca. . j ?. Uiki,ii jtuu attuutd a'j Us uaed fur iblldrmt tciaiuj- U fc-.olti.. iiu. tttW mtluum that tciuiu, aU ttil paui, lujii uiil i. jlii Aiid it U tlic beat IS T8E 8CH03LS. Many Chnes atmle Hy the lMWrtt ef 1 riMte. At the special meeting of th school board held ltt nlgbt the fothwlng oom mllTcee were aiiBonttccrt for thli yew: Rnle Tmtfes Mftrhell, Wot antt Bruce. Pnpplfes and scconnts tVnelnley. Harm and Cornish. BtftMlnga, repairs aiM fnmftnre Wood, ttltmer and Corntsh. Sotwal and high school scholarships Thayer, Mitchell and Oregory. Teachers sndjanrtors Uregorr, IMtmerand Wheln ley. Test books, stndlea, examtnatlom atnt K amotions listen, Mitchell and Brace. nmanaMp, mnstc and discipline Brnee, ffhelpley and Uazen Industrial ertma Uon, drarrlng and night schools Corntsh, Theyer and Wood. Library and reports Uftmer, Theyer and Brace. Provlelm was made to accommodate Totty Ave ptipl s at the Normal school fthe M.xih division. The following PTomouons wete matie to iae enect from IToTtmber 1 last: M K. Btnee, frtm thlrtl to fourth grade atd salary Ircieased from f.MWtonftO; IJ. II Brasin, seeotid to I hlrd, SSOO to $"; E 5mlih, stiord to third, Mooto5S). M t l.mss. ?,on to ftfin; M. A. Mandrv, 42.to :rr. II. tleorfe, asstetant hoalfh teacher. 4.0 to JDCO; R o. Iwta. atm, h-e M. E. Berhttl, deceased; M. K. Brnce and .Tames Lncas, Janitor, were appointed. A nnmber of applications for teacher shine were received, ami the resignation of J. W. Chappell. principal of UieTen nallytown Pchool, was acceptetl. The following substitutes for the Eighth 1)1 vltlon were appoinletl I'mma F. Mack well, Dor B. Itopson, Sarah K. .tenMns, Kleanor B. May, Sarah .1. Neal, Helen 8. Father, Francis K. Payne. J. I.etltla Fierce, Annie F. Fierce, Sarah E. gmoot. Mary A. Allen and Emma Smith. Several arpllcallons for leave of ab sence were received and granted, and the list of night school" teachers ap proved. The resignation of Miss Mary A Paul of the Pint division was accepted, bed Ihe following promotions approved to iskc meet irom uctooer l last: 9. K. Carter, fourth lo fifth grade (prin cipal), f(l to $7fi0; AI. 1). Scott, fourth toil fib grade, $Muto$itW; F. M. Costlu, Ihlrd to fourth, JftflO to $fiO: A. V. Lee, second to thlnl, MX) to $580: S. E. Mad eline, second to third, ft(X) to WftO; M. A. West, MSB to fi00; S. .1. nickeraon, $195 to M00; J. M. Fraction: flOO lo J00. A New Council Instituted. A cow council, compewod of em ployes of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, anil known as Potomac Council, National Union, wnslnstlluted last nleht by Messrs. Brian Tracy nnd DIetkcns. Tho following ofllcers wero elected: President, William Chnlllce; lcc president, Jacob F. Pope; ex presi dent, A. II. Thomas; speaker, W. J. Kagnn; recording secretary, F. W. Latnur, financial secretary, Kmll Huck, tti-asuicr, Chnrlea II. Loni;; usher, J. E. Borland; chaplain, 8. P. Pole; door keeper. C. II. Blue; serceant alarms, II. t. ooriizy, trustees. Mestrs. Lacuk. lkttesnnd Maloy. delegates to cabinet, Meira CLalllce, Pick, and Huck- dele- n to fraternal association. Kuan Bins. Hmldnn Dentil or tml Urn," L te yesterday afternoon Jacob I. Boor, bettor knowu ns "Bed Syn," nn tetb doctor, who Is well known In this city, was found dead at his bouse, N'o. 1111 Eleventh street northwest. Lnst ptlng Hover's wife died very suddenly nnd since that time he hai been very dtspnntlent. Upon a table In the room a Utile partially filled with laudanum was found. By the order of the coro ner tbe body was removed to Frank Glcir A ton's undertaking estahllth incut whciu an autopsy was held to day. ho in of Iho ltovolutlon, Tbe gons of the American Involu tion held a meeting at the otlice of General Greely, nt the Signal Offlce. yesterday afternoon. General Greely piitlded and many well-known mem bers were present. It was decided to bold the annual banquet on the 92d of Fibruary. Applications for member ship were received from Protessnr Gil btrt Thompson, Lieutenant P. II. Claike ami Apoletoti P. Clarke, and tbey were admitted by a unanimous vote. Will or Mr. Uu.u The will of the late Augutlits L Caae, son of Bear Admiral Caw, U. S. N..was offered for probate yesterday In tbe Orphans' Court by Dtnlel B. Caw. executor, and Bandall Uagnar, attorney. Tbe di cedent was drowned near Ne' noit laat inonth. The will leaves $10,(00 to bis mother, a farm in New Yoik to hit father awl minor legacies. Tbe tesldue of his estate. Including a nsideece and considerable personal proretly in this city, is bequeathed to other relative. ileelloe of UiuoclauehU, Tbe stockholders of (be Wimodaugh si bf Id a meellag last evening is their pailoji, 1108 G tiretil. Iter. Ansa II. hhaw presided, ami gaaaeial reports were wade by tbe secrvtary ami truas urtr. Cowmhteea oa library, mother's meeting, entertainment, chaperoae, mess ami mpJoymat were apaoiausd. The rooms of the soeiety will be opea daily from 8 a. m. to XO p. m . ami on Sunday at 4 p. m. tbant will be sacred uiuklc la tbe parlors. - MlsuttloR Tluk.U tu Hut aH'lac, Ark. The haltimore and Ohio KaUnutt f'MH laa) ha placad a wl at all of it prlucl )al ktttioaa ruuud trip ticketa to Hot virfloc. Aik., at kreatly reduced rata. 1m goiag limit oa theaa lUkats is thirty day at 4 the returaiug limit three uototha, thus sgotding aa optxtrtuuity to auaad !h winter m the ajiaial vlimaUi of th souths. The souta i via Ciaclaaati ami at. Ixuis, with oady m chaaaa of ears aw iaw u ami w ia l aaoa ntft u ai. lMtte. JtoUmaa alamwr alt the way. Kcvltal barvtoa to H Oninmanaail. HfctivaJ fctrvtce will laagla at thai JdettopotHaa AM Chuach, oC whkh Kv. j W- Baehatt to psato. scat Sumiay. The oiatdal hoard of thai chureh ucaatly tlected ace Jawaalah Jchasoa, WUJtem BckM, Thoaaaa H Viiaht, Jam Washington. Haauy Word. Joseph C Baxkot. AWtaader H. Biookf JD. C. Uay aad R K Waah iaftva. 8miiaag Tha fail hatch ul vaaraats this iac lsCiiMte4 AtMwi UaMftw YUlt&M Owes, Joha Perry, mmm mHafd mm wa or attty dya. The o of Out Juaa tima Arc lib ' (MUittoim, fu fairer than thnae suayers asa, la th rose that Uuuma fur am Uu thu Lacksoaa pam aad hoatsw, Ad Uud be UuMtted, I say, Ibat the ruse 4 baaMh ami htniU'i Wmuhi out ' U-4ay. That i vast many a ssaa teats bUta say inK, ahen he aass aaaw I'wmWir of kU famiiy tcaUrffed to haaUh, altar a tang aad wasUcjf UJjas. la many households there a tviMu4 ht eeiu to he fadimr ou' uf hi ivl. There la a utmrtX laUiuy that unlkaU a 'atk ua vital fusva. Titj Uubd M.ctui to be liluod only in coW Then- ia often a try, bacd cuuKh- M'iUi biiaga ao lefrckbiag kej. The tiioek K(ow Utui and tale, thhatsbalibadous tu asd tff tihu'isw. whXtb ia th t h iaa khMr, but sum (JturU tu iteuim auntaar neUut ' Let ma ttii ou Go lar rmeoe's liuldou hUtika! liut. ,.ij, .tul fiUl the cucuiy ub it TljLft U uotaiug like U Vj bu-ilj up a ckeiuni etoUui itd rtMlure lust i UkUl It Is s aiuot uuief tl IjuL ujn Like abU ititcUc, 'Jt Uuud t-u.fi J'..' AOTBMIH PASTIME. An fntereftttot; FVmtbatI name to lie Flny-eM JText Satnntnr. Ccnsfderable Interest Is belnsr lakn In P e football game which Is to be ptaytcl next Satnrday between the elerena repretentlng Georgetown and Pwaithmorernllege. The contest will be at Capital Park, ami as each univer sity hue many friends In this city there will doubtless 1e a larre crowd present to cheer their favorites on to victory. This will be the first ami only opportu nity Washlna-tonfans will hate of wit nessing the famous Pennsylvania tetm play. For several year that eleven ha been one of the best of the Union Uni versity teams and this year Is In the vtn In the rce for the State championship. Georgetown, too, this season has won more than a local reputation, and for the tint time In the history of the organisation has sounht other fields than Its own enmpiis In which to strive for tbe honors that are to le won by earnest work on the football Held. Both elevens will present their strong til teams In Saturday's game, ami the pnme is bound to be bitterly contested. As both are nearly equally matched, so Tar as their playing strength can be gauged by comparison, It Is certain that a good game will result. rOMMMA ASD SAVAT. ACAtlBMT. The Columbia Athletic Club eleven went to Annapolis yesterday ami played one of Ihe best games of the season with the Naval Ctdcts, the score belne a tie when darkness put an end to the'sport. The Columblas scored almost at the commencement, when Btilterworth broke through the Cadets' line and after a clear run across the field made a tt.ucb down from which he ktckeJ n goal. The Cadets tied the score very shortly nftcrwatds, when they made a rush ef thirty yards and scored a touch down. Emerlch kicked the goal. After that both teams settled down to hard Work, and neither scored thereafter, the game ending shortly after the second half began, 0 to 0. The teams were: Nnal CndetJ Emerlch. liar tung, Ward. Lung, Ford, Plvlson. French, McLean, Laws, Althouse nnd .lohmon. Columbia Athletics Emory. Burroughs, Blvlns, Lewis, lllnler, Wailo. Lcc, Taylor, Butterworth, Fletcher and llarbon. Funeral or Sir Htrlnger. The funeral of the late William Stringer will take place at 1 o'clock to morrow afternoon from 1512 Ninth street northwest. Ho was 78 yoarsof age-, and was for many years n resident of IJoMon. He had lived in the District but a few years. Tho remains will be cscotted to Arlington by members of Meade Post. G. A. B. LEMON ELIXIR. Its Wumlerrtil ISirect on IIib I.lvvr, Sloinucli, ldmuU, Kldnosnnil tlluud. Or. Moilev's i.emon lfllxir is a pleasjnt lemon drink that positively cure all Constipation, Indigestion, IlllloutneM, iicauacne, .Malaria, hliiney Disease, till ilncss, folds, Loss of Appetite, Fevers, Clillls, Blotches, Pimples, Vain In lltek, Falpltatlon of Heart, ami all other dlaeues caused bv disordered liver, stomach and kldnejs, Hie Hrt great cause of all fatal dlaesKS. Fifty cents and one dollar xr bottle. Sold by druggUU. Frepared only by II. Moiley, it. I)., Atlanta, Ua. Lemon Hot Drops, For cougba aixT eoMs, take I.wmou Hot Droit. For sore throat and bronehlUe, take Lemon Hot Drops. For pneumonia and laryngatla, take Lemou Hot Drupe. For coMUBiptlon aixl eatarrb, take Lemon Hot Drops. For all throat and lung dlteaise, take Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant ami reliable preparation. Sold by druK!t. i eents per tiottie. Frepared by IL .Mozl.y, M. I)., Atlanta, (J. Una Convicted, Other DUmliiail. Willis Brooks and George Bonnie were charged In the Police Court with stealing an overcoat. Tbe evidence wa cocdutlve, but Bonnie was dismissed ami Brooks iciufred to give a bond or go to jail for ninety days. c. THE SALK OF FIXK NO. 22. 3 IKCHES WIDE, ALL SILK, 12 ClKTOaW OK IM HSOBs. WU1 Take Ptaea TG-DHY. IK OC EibbOE Department nut nun wux m 10c. PER YARD This is anaes1 thue banabas whata the cos 9.MAj&JH!:"t rar aar ur au aaroaate our already wali SAoam f?. SfP " The Combination 1 2th and F Sts., KAUFMAN & SICKLE TO THE LADIES. Alt kUjiL.t.uDul U,c Ls,tcl gUCaUJ JUJIJOAtTlCtJia It ai t oi,iu tor use days. "nwKs'iwnm la U uaice uf 1Mb ataaufsUuim u uiciudas alT tie ayatafcBhle lis buried diMbcua. away af athasa eaa ouly k Kbcuducod oo uur ssaoatoas. S.U imtUiam to view tb . beautiful urk are iavitod to eali at uur oSslc " LKWIS bAAa Arfotl o Ribbons Plp POSITI BROTUKR8. M Warren (Bhtru 515 Seraiti Sfrest Noii!i:vd Jewelry Sold on Easy Weekly Of Monthly Payments, We are the larjwet Credit Jewelers In this city and earry a full line of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Opera Glasses, And everything foucd In a first oluas Jewelry Store. These poods are all of a btah order and are sold en oar SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM. and oa have the me of tl article w bile pa j lag for It, as all goods are delivered to purebaiwsoa thelrat ljmflt. Call and see im. Oar wieas are the LOWEST aad term the KASIBfcT. Open cvonlnjjs. (0lL4& JQ 515 Seolfi Street Northwest. Upstairs. PKBST JIILWAUKBE BK8K. BEST Oa taamiat of faritr, Aaa aad StwaaHh. MHDE Psoas the Caatsast Malt aad Hot. TJaaolaUy ttead FOR FAMILY USE. Haartiial iar Weak aad Baiahaaiad it svtats. aast i Teasnlas raiaaathia. ai- ijaaf fl. aUatasfaftl ttOalatt tXa ttaaa saiflaWrTh ajaad IkaataaaaMr asaaaa spasssssia naiss f sBswsBvasaaaanseai saaaaaaa sfaanRsSvaiTy $ eUKeaMHdaV WAHWtflMat aMUXCK. 703-705 tfsiih m I R.S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. UaJEt-j XisttlSuXa.. lad fg wit ataBj have aaaattiul hVcaaa. aac Host atiaat aad bsaUaoa avaaua. WM. af OALT CO. o4d4a Silverware, Clocks S I CERES W BU New York. frico 50 ct,IBKilSLJ?il FOR clothing, wmm AND HATS. GOTO THE SmW Cerner of and E Streets Northwest, Where everybody eoes. It Is the greatest bartndB earner In Wahlnprton. rjticBs to sutr KVKBtBoDr. We ean snow yon for ttie ooraltic season tbe Tttee Irneof 87.S0 Oentlenmn's Suits ever shown rn ihe District, and or 8W Dress Salt Is equal to any $15 snlt on 7th street. We also have an elecant line of Doys' Salts, 15 to 18 years, from $l in $. Children's Salts, tl to H. In Men's rantaloons we are the leaders, as we nannfaetnre every dollar's worth our selves, and therefore can save von te eeM on every dollar Invested. We have the beet ;t pantaloons In toe worlds strletlr all wool ami guaranteed never to rlo, and onr St.W, J and ttM pants are berosa oonpetl tlon. Ilelow wt mention n few prices of onr ITats and Furnishing (loods: Punlsp style, sold everywhere forH.80, at 1 cv. Miller's stylo. .. at II l. i on man latest style, sa.i Ask forour speotal $1 SBD atSt.M. ertiy. FOltNlSUlNO DErAltTMENT. narealse In Men's Underwear In all nnalt ties from Xo up. o up. special line Full Dress ID. Rllk Kmbrotdornd HasnAOil- anni ai ibo a ers.UBp. All the latest novelties In Keekwear gir, am. ill lur) at as. as snd son. When yon eet ready topnrebaso any of the aooTB ariraios rito ns a oau. OT1I AM) i: NTS. N. tr. H. FRIEDLANDER, Messrsi Lee & Shepard Announce the Publication ot a Library to be Called AAA SERIES. -a A -a AAA AAA. This erics will be issued rronth'y parts and will in consist of choice works by some ol the "Dcst American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Each Homier Will Be Complete In Itself, Ho, 1 The Blind Men and Hie Devil, By rillNffAS. To be Fallowed by 'oi 2-!n Trusts or, Dr, Ber- Irand's Household, l y AMANDA M. DOUGLAS. Noi 3 Three ts, By Oil VJR OrntO. SMktHptiH Wm, So For mf twelvs vvnmm. Single Numbers, 50c. t aaaatapssoM aaaatved ay att kaMksalJksM aaal aaTjilaisan aad aay itanfci aasnhur aaat Cattoa. LEE& SHEPARD. PUBLISHERS, IHMIOX. MUTMM& ADIU KMMTJ.VKJ.tnsu. NEW YORK BUFFET, tMTStfTCaWttJaeH'N.W. aaat tHuaat Uvum at she atty- hav- JAaUH X- tXMflNUA rivait uaurr, wsjtsuave)4. a. o. sUaay ass) Msvwjr WaisVymrtats, fw taoa ytjia stwaaaa. --. as aa IPajr thvy. T" Oonaw lash aaat I au. a--. VOaPteAEtoQA ajllatl spa saw PaaHi W14 fymmmm. ft O-CLaVA iaMUTnaaajatssj.1 KUttufaAat FLaJL aiXTK UTauutr auu fa- avz L. WOUJUttUUV.rrunrWlif. Go to the Right Place FOR YOUR CLOTHING. When jou want to buy an OVERCOAT go to a CLOTHING HOUSE. Don't go to a store where Overcoat. Dreww, China War, Toltet 8sts awl Patent Jledlclnes are all jnmbled toyrether. It takes time, tbOBght ami special attention to sell Clothing to the public at our BED-ROCK PRICES. Onlva First c1M Clothing House who makes a Rraml SPECI KLTY of the Dianufacture of Clothing can tlo It. Our Clothing Is made right at our own factories, where the heat skilled cutters anil tailors are em ployed. You et good Clothing cheap when dealing with us, and our one great spttlally Is OVERCOATS. Just now our grand line of id $10 and arc Interesting every one. We know they are the best value In Wash ington and that's Ihe reason we're pushing them to the front. Our $10 and $12 garments are equal to any that merchant tailors charge $20 to $38 for. Made from good, substantial fabrics and lined and trimmed to filve the wearer satisfaction In every sense of the word. The OVER COATS we offer you are strictly tailor-made, from English Kerseys and Mellons and Auburn Jleltons, Vertlmbo Chinchillas, Plain, Blue, Black and Brown Beavers and Cheviots, Double-warp Casstmeres, &o. Some arc cloth lined and others lined with good farmer satin and sttln sleeve llntnc. Come along and take your choice at $10, $12 and $15. fall light In if you want an Overcoat and buy it direct at headquarters. ONE-PIE CLOTHING HOUSE 311 Seventh St. N. W. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. mcBL ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors. Fholographs tnj All Pictures Stock Ixcepl Mo!ypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. fpeelal attention paid to Framing, regtldtng, Moving aat Boxing rictures and Mirrors. James B. Liambie, HHRDMRRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON. D. C. GAS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS, GAS BOILERS, MIKE TEA OILWFEK GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summev use, as the In stant the coolcing Is done you can extinguish the fire. POX SA.L1 WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.1 BUY TOTJE TRTOKS AM HAMESS t.rS.- JLM Jcj JZJ $15 Overcoats $1 A 5 and $1,50. IN 10 OR 19 KIHOTK. BY TIIK -AT- kZ Z) -L Dy xtAir.noAUS. The Great Pennsylvania Route To the Nfttth, West and Southwest. Dwible Tratk. Jplemlld Sceowy. stew Kana. Mafnlflrnnt 8intpment I trrtc? Korniurn 4. Trahm tare Vrashtaaton, from itattoti, cor ner ot Sixth ! street, at follows- Poarrtwwao and the west, Chlro Lrm ttrttaiittii, of militran Vastlbnle Oim t .90 am daltt ; Thst l,ln. to.so a m ilsllr toCMcaaw. OotMUmi and St. Lonla, with 8Rnwrtirs from Ilarrlsrmrir to Inllan apMM, Pntbnrlo Olnmhna; Altoona to Cnmwa. Jt, IiOirl. Chlram and Cincinnati Exprl,Spm dally, frlor Oar wah ttartM to Ii8rrisbnnr. and SleeptnR Oars llarttstmrg ro st Lonls, fhlcaRo and Cln cfiraan. antt Dtnlnr Car Ilarrlbnre to 3t. Lol, rhtoam and Cincinnati vertern Sxprwa at 7 40 p m daily, with Sleeping Cars Wfthlnirton to Chlcaco and 9t. tjon. ctmnetrn dallr nt llrrlbnrir with tbromrh Sleepers for Ixglsrllle and M-m-rlf Pnllman Dlnlnr Car r!ttstrnr to mrbnmid and (hlcsrro Pitelflo Rxpr. I Op p bi dally, f ir Plttsbnix and tho Wmi, with throprt S.eeper to nttbnrn ami nttchnrit to CMcafto. BALTIMORK AND POTOMVC RAILROVD. For Kajib. Canandalrna, noehenter and Nl arara Palla dally, except Sunday, S irta m Fob Kni, Canaml alcna and Mochwter dally; for Dnltalo and Maaara dally, exoept St nrday. I0.W p m, with Eleeptng CarWaMi Incton to Koeheter. Fon. )Ii!;UA,"J0.BT -nck ,ISTen and RlmlM, at W.Ml am dally, except Sunday For Wiu.iAMrmwr. dally. Ipm F2"ri,LAD,!,!3"A' Wew Tork and the Batt, 7.K9.9.W. HWand It W a m. 8. 10. 1 15. t 30L 5 49, n .00 and II n m. On Snnday, 9.00. Jlam.ie.l5,4 9f. woo and Ilajpm! Limited Bxprew of Pnilnun I'arlor Oar, with IHnlnc Car llaltltnore to New Tork. . 40 a ai dally, except 8nnday. F?5f,,!TT,,.,'!LrtBlr'.Um,tM xvn with IWnlB Car, 5.00 p m d illy. For FHiianxtrntA only, Fatt Expreaa 8.10 a m week days and 4 p m dally. Express, Sunday only S.40p m ForBowon without change. 8.10 am week dajs ami S.15 p m everyday. For flno. KLTH, N. Y., all throngh trains con nect at. Terrey City with holts of llrapklyn Annex afrorulrs direct transfer In Fulton street, nvrridlngdouole ferrlaire across New Ytrk City. Fob ATi-AMicCiir, 11.10 n m weektlayj. lt.a) pin dallr. Fon Haiti woni.fi. IS, 7W.8 10,0 CO, 9.13. 1.V0. 10 to. li oo and 11,40 a tn, l j 05, a.io, a is, 3 so: 4 00, 4.90, 4 30, 5 CO, 510. 6.00, 7 40, 10 00 nnd ll.SOpm. On Sunday 900.904, 1050,1140 .m' fJSx S "S1 3.S0' t 4.S0, 5.00, 5.40, 0.00, 7 40. 10.00 and ll.sopm ron rorn's CncrK l.tsp. 7.Mam and 4.3J m dally, except Sunday, Fon AsArou,7) and 9 0) am, li.05 ant 4.TO p m dally, except Sunday. Bandars 9.00 n m ami 4 SO. WASIIINOTON 80UTIIEnN RAILWAY I.i Errrcr NoTE-nnsn 4nt, 1990. Ton Alexandria, 4i, 035, 7IV8 4'. 9.O. 10 57n m,i.l lnonn,S06l3.S0,4.5l4.5.1l JW. 10 1 5 and ll.Mpm. Onsundaratt.io, 7 45, 9.45. If.t7 a m, iJ0, 0 01, 8.08 and 10.03 pm. Actw.MnpATio!i for Qimntleo.7.13 a m and 1.55 t m neck days. 7 45 n m Rnndays. Fon ItuiiMORD and llio Soulh, 4 Si) and 10.57 am dally. Accommodation 4 55 p m week days. Tl.",-.,ettTOI,!Itan,,rla fw Washington. n.05, 7 rs.e.oo, o.io, 10 is, n or. a mj i.so. 3 oo. 3JSO.5.10, 0.0f,7.t5, 9 SO, 10.37 and II 08 n m ontumlay ato lo and 11.07 am; 2.00.5.10. 7(j.7W.9.OandlOJ7pm Tickets and informational tho offlce, north, cast corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsyl vania avenue, and nt tho station, whero orders can bo left for tho checking o( bag cage to dcttlnn, Ion from hotels and resi dence. C11AH. E. rcnii. J. ii. WOOD. Ucnernl .Maunger. Pen I'ass. Agent. Itnllimiiru nnd Ohio Kailroail. Bchcdnle In effect Juno 88, 1800. Leave Washington, from station corner of rcw Jerier avenue and U street. Fon Ciiicaoo and Worthweit, VestlbuleJ limited express dally 11.30 a m, oxpresa v50p m. Fonlij.ciNNATi.St. Louis and Indianapolis express daily 3.J0 and 11.50 pm. Fii l'liTsBUiHi and Cleveland, express dill 0 90 am nnd S.Mp.m. Fur Ijixinhton and points In tbe Shenandoah Valley, lUOnm. Fur ikcHitiTtR and way stations, t6.30 p m. Fur I.ubav. t JO and 8.W p in. Fob IIaltimohk, week dus. 4 05,5 00, 8.W, 7.!J0 7.10 i8.ro 45-ininutes). 8.10, 9.30, (110. l.'.CO 45-mlautes) a. in., 1. 10, 2.15 (J.IO 45- mlnuted). (5.13, 45-mlnutes), 3.35, 4.30, i.y, 4M 11.10, 5-mlnutwi) 5 50 6JX, 015, 6.80. 7 10. 7.30, 8 36, 9.!0. 10 SO utl.I tl.30 p. m! JSundajs, 4 06, 7.SM. 7J0, 8.30, 9.30 a m. (leo, 4 mliiuteM. 1.00. i.13. (tso, 45-mIn ute) 3 , I vr, 4 W, (l 30, mlnutej) ajuu. . 0.li 6.80, 7J0, .. 10,T'. n.w p m. "" Jvat bTATioNs between Washington and llelllmore. SCO, 6., 8.3d am., U.10.3'j i 4 'Hi yffili . 8-W am.. 1.00, a sc, s.av, ojgu. ii.su f m. Trains ijeave IlALTtJiona for Washington, week days, 5.10, a., 6.50,7.15. 7.JU. rtOO. BJ0, 835, 9.30 and 10.30, 10.35 am.; 14 00. W.I0. 10. .S( , S.50, I 00, 4.15, 5.00, S W.6.S0, 7.tW, 7.t0. 8J, 8.30. 9 U0 10.10, I0JO and 1 1.00 p 'B Snndavs. B 39. 7 15, 8 30, 8 J5, 9.3), 10.M. 10.36 a m.. HI 00 1 06.S 10,830,4.l5,8.00,6.a)! 7.00.7 30.B.3H.8JO. 10 10, 10.and ll.OOnm! Foa ANNAi-uui, 6.15 and 8.3U a m., U.IO and 4 30 p m. bnndays. 8 30 a m., 4.3-1 p m. Leave Annapolis 6.35. b.37am., K.OJ. 3 pw. Humlays, 8.JO am., 3.56pm. Ji JriJS.M 0 f" Metropolitan Branch. t30,830 a m.. 11.15 p m. For prlEClpsl stations only, 1 10.40 a m., 11.30 aud 130 For Hockhlu and Way Stations. 1 1 15 p m. y"S2.il.'rH,"D,M,a,ul Intermediate pe'nU, t9.6a,IOC0, ttlAWa .. tl.00, t3.00. '5 35 t.4d,il8 09,tlie0pm. Fo Ikivu's and Intermediate stations. r.OO pia. Chi'bch tbain leaves Washington on Sun.H at t 13 p m., stopping ut all sUtloss oa Metropolitan Braneh. FuuFstliSBKK. ttl.30, HJ.30, 9.30 til. 30 am.. 11.1, V.OT', I 1.4V II IH. Foa llAsaurowM, 1 10.40 a m. and t3.39 p m. T'VAiksABRivBlrom Chleago dally 11.15 am atxt 4. W) p u; from ClBclnoatl and M. Louis daly 3. to a m and 3.05 p m; from I'itUburu 7.14) a ra. 3.M p m dally. NEW YORK i l'lULADBLFIIIA DIVISION. For New 1 oas. Trentos. Xnewark, N. J., and JiUaaUtB, N. J , 106, rsfaO, 10.00, U 00 urn. .. .W and 10..10 p m. Buffet I'arlor Cars oa all day trains. Sleeping Car oa the 10.80 p m, open at 9X90 p m. For I'uilausu'uia, ! W, td 00. 10.00, 'li.00 booo, M.50, 4J0, 'd.lS and 10.30 n ai. Fur Newark, Del , WllnUngtoa and Chester, 106, teo am, a uoon, i.50, IM, 6.15 aad 80 p n. Fwt ikTERUxuiATE KMkT between Baltlmoro aad I'bl:a4ljibia, t6 00 and 7in, H.S0, Tkaim leave New York for Wasblaton, 9 08 111.30 au, i.W.'J.du, 5.0p luaad W 16 BiU. TKAUMLEAta PUIadalphta far Wathlngtoa. li-S'-d ' M.t.iai. e36 7.avpw. Fuu Boom, HM ft m. with Fsllaian Buffet bleeping Car luajsUu ikroagii tu Kouoa wHbuat oltasiiM, vht FoiuakeeusW Bridge, bMuUa ri'weagew l B. & M. sUUuu at Bottua. Fw ATLAkTie Citv, 4J6 aad WjOO a RJ. UM loon, iaadays, 4 am, WOuuuou and tt.Mpn. tEiteptMiaday. Dally. (Sunday on.'y, Naiuu called for aad chackol f rom bj teu aiui nwideaetM bv Caioa Transfer Cu.oa ordiMTn left at ticket oateM. 619 and ltol Fa. at, aad at depot. 4. T. OUELL, CHAS. O. SCULL. Ga. Mens Bar. ttaa. . 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